The Longmont Innovation Center hosted a great event, focused on building community and sparking interest in STEM education!
How the night was won!
With a conference room named "Spaceball I," it's only fitting that it contains a "callable wall." While it's not all the way there, here is the start.
This is the first part of building a keycode-based anti-theft system for a car.
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Hacking your LEGO kits with motors and micro:bits!
Using EL once again for my students' performance using a glove controller, XBees, EL sequencers and Arduino.
I'm doing a whole lot of package development for Microsoft MakeCode; let's take a closer look at how it works.
How to Navigate the Wild West of Product Procurement
Check out this Qwiic-based jukebox using Qwiic RFID and Qwiic MP3. Follow along with the video and hookup guide to build your own!
Naturally, having just fired up the new Transparent Graphical OLED display, I wondered what it would take to make a 3D display. Here's the story of the struggle, as told in an intentional allusion to interpretive alliteration.
The creation of an automatic light switch using infrared tripwires.
Creating a custom project to show off some nice edge-lit acrylic.
Hop on the I2C BUS and let's build Escape Room puzzles Qwiic!
With the world accessible in an instant these days, sometimes your local community goes by the wayside when looking for help or common interest.
A quick guide to using and personalizing Eagle configuration script files to tailor settings to your needs.
In this week's Enginursday, we'll explore how to use both cores of the ESP32, and why you might want to.
Let's check out my third design to control LEDs based on movement using an accelerometer!
Wes and I collaborated on some code to take your current Spotify album art and display it on a 64x64 LED matrix. Let's check it out!
Happy 100th Birthday to Consolidated Electronic Wire & Cable!